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Free meals provided to city youth Tuesday

Posted: 2:35 PM, Jan 25, 2016
Updated: 2016-01-26 13:01:36-05

Baltimore City schools have been closed since Friday due to the area’s record-breaking snowstorm, yet a day without school could mean a day without food for some students. 

Brown bag lunches are being delivered for a second day to several recreation centers throughout the city. Food distribution sites will be open from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to help feed school-aged children who may otherwise go hungry.

Lunches are being delivered to the following sites from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.:

  • Arundel Elementary/Middle School, Arundel Elementary/Middle School #164, 2400 Round Road, 21225, 410-396-1379
  • Callowhill Aquatic Center, 2821 Oakley Ave. 21215, 410-396-0677
  • Carroll Cook, 5061 E. Eager St. 21205,  410-396-9089
  • Chick Webb, 623 N. Eden St., 410-396-7593
  • Coldstream, 1401 Fillmore St. 21218, 410-396-6746
  • Collington Square, 1409 N Patterson Park Ave.  21213, 410-396-9201
  • Edgewood/Lyndhurst, 835 Allendale St. 21229, 443-984-3105
  • Ella Bailey, 100 E. Heath St. 21230, 410-396-4634
  • Greenmount, 2304 Greenmount Ave. 21218, 410-396-6708
  • James D. Gross, 4600 Lanier Ave. 21215, 410-396-0755
  • Kids Safe Zone-Penn North,
  • Lakeland, 2921 Stranden Road 21230, 410-396-0091
  • Lilllian S. Jones, 1310 Stricker St. 21217, 410-728-5255
  • Locust Point, 1627 E. Fort Ave. 21230, 410-837-4423
  • Madison Square, 1401 E. Biddle St. 21213, 410-396-9284
  • Mora Crossman, 701 S. Rappolla St. 21224, 410-396-9222
  • Mt. Royal, 120 W. Mosher St. 21217, 410-396-0374
  • Oliver, 1600 N. Spring St. 21213, 410-396-4243
  • Robert C. Marshall, 1201 Pennsylvania Ave. 21202, 410-396-3271
  • Solo Gibbs, 1044 Leadenhall St. 21230, 410-837-8172
  • Woodhome, 7310 Moyer Ave. 21234, 410-396-6703

Families can call 211 for more information. Baltimore City Recreation and Parks and the Family League of Baltimore partnered to provide the meals.